These hotels are so bizarre and weird that you are going to need to see them in person to believe like huge beagle or hobbit hotels.
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9. The Queen Mary
This list would not be complete without a haunted hotel. The Queen Mary, which is found in Long Beach, California, works as a docked hotel in the harbor and it’s said that there’s been multiple encounters with the supernatural. Dubbed as one of “America’s Top Ten Haunted Places”, anyone interested in testing their luck can stay on the ship overnight and they even offer paranormal investigation tours and spirit walks around Halloween. Mmmm, no thanks, I’m good.
8. The Panda Inn
The Panda Inn is located in China’s Sichuan province and the interesting thing about this place is that there seems to be a revolving theme around, you guessed it, pandas. Each of the 32 rooms has it’s own theme that is fused with pandas such as the sailor moon room and the titanic room that features pandas as Jack and Rose. If this weren’t creepy enough, some of the staff members at the hotel are dressed in full-body panda costumes waiting to serve you.
7. The V8 Hotel
If you’re more into cars than you are into pandas then this next place might just be for you. Located in Germany, the V8 Hotel was built inside of an old aircraft hanger that happens to be the Motorworld museum/garage/dealership/showroom. You can expect the room you’ll be staying in to be fully decked out with a vintage car theme and the cool part is your bed is actually built into the frame of an old car.
6. The Tree Hotel
What’s pretty awesome about this hotel is each of the 5 rooms are very interesting considering the designs range from looking like a giant bird’s nest to a UFO. Each room is located high up in the treetops so you can bet that you’ll have your privacy. The best part is that each room is built with an environmentally sustainable design in mind.
5. The Strawberry Roan Horsebox
This little “hotel” was converted from a horse trailer and is now a cozy one room glamping, the words glamorous and camping combined, experience. Inside you’ll find a king-sized bed along with a wood burner and a private bathroom that’s located in the pony trailer next door. You can also expect to be given baked goods by the owners while you’re there.
4. The Das Park Hotel, Linz, Austria
This next hotel might not be for everyone, considering what the rooms are made of. The rooms are built from old concrete sewage pipes, obviously cleaned, and they sit near the bank of the Danube river, which is the second largest river in Europe. The rooms are fairly small considering only a bed fits inside, but I guess this is more for the minimalist at heart.
3. No Man’s Fort
This hotel, located near the coast of Portsmouth, wasn’t actually intended to be a hotel but it was initially a naval fortress. It was built by the British in order to keep the French from invading their shores and the irony is that it was completed after the British and French armies made a truce. The hotel is able to hold 200 guests and they’re treated to a complete itinerary that has plenty of activities to keep them busy. I mean I guess you kind of have to since you’re guests are technically stranded on a rock.
2. The Crane Hotel
This hotel is located in Harlingen in The Netherlands and it’s not for the faint of heart. If you’re brave enough and not completely terrified of heights, should you choose to stay here, then you’ll be staying in a room that is suspended 150 feet in the air…by a crane! Once guests are inside, they’re able to rotate the room 360 degrees and get a nice panorama shot of their view. That all sounds really nice but I think I’ll pass.
1. The Icehotel
Sweden’s hotel game is seriously strong, first the Treehotel and now this.This hotel is located in a village in Sweden, whose name I’m not even going to try to pronounce because I will definitely end up butchering it and I don’t want to anger any Swedish viewers. What’s pretty interesting about this hotel is that, like the name suggests, it’s entirely made out of ice, from the walls to the bed you sleep in. Since the hotel melts away every year the architects who design it come up with new plans the following year and create a brand new hotel fit for any ice queen.
- Luxury Travel